E-commerce packaging continues to evolve at a rapid pace, as e-commerce itself continues to grow, driven by ever changing consumer expectations.
The COVID-19 world health epidemic has led to an increase in e-commerce sales, as both businesses and consumers practice social distancing to limit the spread of the virus. In turn, this has presented a new set of packaging challenges.
If you transport dangerous goods by air, sea or road, you must pack and transport them according to international regulations.
Dangerous goods (often called hazardous materials) may be pure chemicals, mixtures of substances, manufactured products or articles which can pose a risk to people, animals or the environment if not properly handled in use or in transport.
Examples are: Perfumery products, paints, aerosols, lihium batteries, lighters, cleaning chemicals, aromatic essential oils, oils and fluids, antibacterial products, hairspray, hair dyes, etc.
The most important thing for packaging in e-commerce is the protection of the product that the customer ordered and delivering a complete brand experience.
Therefore, The Pack has developed a range of packaging special for e-commerce.
Walter advises and supports on dangerous goods issues including UN packaging, classification, documentation for nearly 25 years.
Maarten De Gryze,
Business Development Executive, Dangerous Goods Packaging